Proof the Establishment Wants Trump To Run?
This past week, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the poster boy for the logical fallacy of “argument from authority,” publicly stated that if Donald Trump were to win the presidency in 2024, he, Fauci, would retire from the elite executive branch bureaucratic position where he has enriched himself at the public trough more brazenly, and for more years, than almost anyone in American history. His self-important celebrity scientist act — “America’s Doctor” — was at the center of the government debauchery that heightened the worst long-term effects of the Covid-19 pandemic (and not only the social and political ones), probably in more ways than we will ever know, or at least than will ever be proved in a court of law. His declaration that he would retire if Trump were elected again will only sound like a threat to CNN and friends. To any potential Trump voter, including any frustrated Democrat who has seen his livelihood and financial security ruined by the government’s hyper-regulatory overreach and pharmaceutical strong-arming since early 2020 — which disproportion was represented in America primarily by the pseudo-knowing voice of Dr. Fauci — this “threat” sounds like the greatest incentive to vote in electoral history.
Trump’s first campaign advertisement for 2024 has just written itself.
“If Trump wins in 2024, I will quit the White House.” — Anthony Fauci.
If one didn’t know better, one would almost think the U.S. political establishment was hoping to persuade Trump to run again.
(Note: I say this as someone who vehemently advocates against voting for Trump, and who therefore dreads the thought that anyone should be given such a juicy incentive to support him.)